A New Adventure

March 6, 2013

Well, loyal followers (all one of you), it’s almost time for me to start a new adventure: Fatherhood. It’s an exciting time for us in our household. Yesterday, we cleaned up a lot of the baby’s room and it made both of us feel better and less stressed. I just can’t wait until he gets here.

Looking forward to meeting him.


Oh, the Heat.

July 25, 2011

So since I’ve been here (June 6, 2011), there have been maybe two days where the temperature was less than triple-digits.  I wish it was a bit cooler down here (though it is since I’m here) 😉  On that note, I’ll leave you with a toast: “Here’s to the heat… not the heat that ignites and burns down shanties, but the heat that excites and brings down panties.”

Drink up…

The Guitar Man

July 20, 2011

“Who draws the crowd? Who plays so loud?…”  Me.  I’ve played more guitar in the past week than I have in the month before that.  I have a lovely lady to thank for that (you know who you are if you read this).  Now if I could only remember all the songs I know how to play, I’d be a walking jukebox.

“Don’t rock the jukebox…”


Triumphant Return

July 15, 2011

I’m back!!!  It’s been a few years since I’ve posted, and I apologize.  Things that have happened:  Got divorced.  Moved to Texas.  Got a job at BlackBerry.  Met some women.  Drank beers, lots of them.  That’s pretty much it.  Now if I could only find someone to help me steal horses.

Feels good to be free again.

BBQ Blizzard.

April 15, 2008

So we were at Dairy Queen the other day and Betsy asks the cashier for a blizzard and chicken fingers with BBQ sauce.  Apparently, the girl heard “BBQ Blizzard” and proceeded to look at us like we had penises growing out of our foreheads.  Probably one of the funnier things that happened that day.

I wonder what it would taste like?

Emotional Distress

April 13, 2008

I know I hate emo, but I figured I’d post about some emotions that I’m going through.  First of all, the Veterans’ Administration seems to have misplaced ALL records showing that I was in Iraq and won’t update my disability for PTSD.  On top of that, I love too many women.  I find myself wondering “what if” too often and I don’t know what to do about it.  Perhaps Yuen, my “sister”/psychologist will know.  Shit has hit the fan this week, and I don’t much like it.  On the upside, Gin is good.

Shit goes in the toilet, not on the fan.


March 2, 2007

So after careful consideration (and much pressure from Chris), I decided to finally download Ubuntu. For those who don’t know, Ubuntu is a Linux O/S that is completely FREE. I haven’t played around with it at all, but I eventually will. I may not get rid of Windows completely (because the wife would kill me), but I may just run it from a removable hard drive.

Are you happy, Chris?